Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Proceedings at Recent Meetings of the Flowery Plains Municipal District fHE LfflPHBWDGE DAILY HERALD Aug. The resulat of the Council of the Muni, eipal Disirict of HoweryxPlaius, No E3 bekl on the abore date hi the muni cipal offices at Ktiikom. Ail councillors present except Mr previous meeline Jackson. Minutes ot the. lead. Moved by Mr. Kabbilt that the'min- utes bo amended by addin'. J500.00 for the destruction of gophers to the ppend iturea of 1920. Carried. Moved by Mr. Roberts that Iho min- utes of preceding meeting be accept- led as Carried. Letter from G. A. Young re the Ur piincan account read. .Mnveil hy. ilr. .Jrwlii that Dr. Duu- i-an to give us a itemized bill in connection Ws account ro Adams. Carried. Correspondence Depl. Mini. Affairs ro Fsl! rye. fully with W. A. Terriff W. J. Peck J- H. Ptvk 140ft Moved by Mr. MacFarlauo (hit sheets is enumerated; be accepted. Carried: General Bills A. J. Maisey, relief J. Bailey, land J. Serjeant, Fresnos 2J.50 4'JO.fjO 7e; ljllancc les8 to Dept. -Mnu. Affairs re Road Allow- note. Carried. fcuccs. Provincial _, Weed Icspecto.- re Puuud by-law. Widows' and Orphans' Dept. ro Mrs. Johnson. _ Moved by Mr. Oxtoby that Iho Sec.- rTrcas. writs .Mr. lievlin' regarding the uperatfon ol the' Pound lavr In this district. Carried. Moved by Mr.' liabuitt that the Sec.- fl'reas. be inblructetl to take Immediate Weps lo enforce collections of all out- Wandlng-laxes and.'all-sceu and relief Issued up to Ja li. 1st, ISM.-and that a list of all debtors bo furnished to sll elevators tributary to this district- Jirorldlng.that all relief issued subject lo motion, passed by the council on 3'cceinberv2nd, ,-Kl'j, be collected in fall. Ca'ri-iecl.; Moved by Mr.' Invin that Pound By- Jaw No. 4 he read iho third lime and passed.' Carried. Pound By-law No. I, hclus By-law -No. II, 1920 of this Municipal District read the third time. Done and passed at ICtzikom In the Province of this 2Sth day of August, A.D., 1920. (Signed! W.'F. JiAUUITT. i Heeve. R. M. GAIIUNBR, Sec.-Treas. Adjournment was now called bv the Heeve for dinner. Meeting called to order after dinner the Heeve, sumo councillors pres- ent RS in the mdrulug. Moved by Ml-. Habbitt that Ihe Sec rreas: be instructed to furnish each pound .keeper and councillor In this district a copy of Pound By-law No. -1 and also instruct each potindkeeper -that he is rcijuesteil-to secure as soon .-as possible a copy of the Provincial I -Brand Hook. Carried Moved by Mr. Roberts that E f iBerjnet be appointed Potindkeeper lu succeed N. M. Huberts in district' No Carried. Moved by Mr. Ir'w'in law be and is hereby repealed. Car- ried. i Moved by Mr. Oxtoby lhat Mr. J. Bailey be appointed-to clean up weeds j and cut the grass and do all the neces- j-eary work at the Etzikom cemetery I to he-applied on his taxes. Carried. Moved by Mr. -Babbitt that each councillor he and is hereby instructed to see that the noxious weeds and Uus- -Blan.Thistle are. removed and cut from ;all grades in their respective districts before the winter season sets in Car- Tied. I Road Sheets Presented i J. G. Hainey 152500 W. J. Couudrey Kao M. A..Anderson H. Selberg A. H. 377.51) J, Graham, election expenses.. 8.80 Beaver Lumber Co. K. R. relief Alberta Gazette Citizens Lumber Co....... Citizens Lumber Co...... Salmon and West......... Lethbddse Herald ....___ Salmon and West, relief Moved by Mr. Invfn'liiat t J. Sergeant for be applied on Ills ;nd on Bittorft taies late collections o! ill owing to date Carried. Moved by Mr. Hat this upetlng adjourn.' Carried. People's Forum THE REFERENDUM ISSUE Editor, Herald: id. uppeirt la the Herald which reads, if you want inter-prortocial In intoxicating liquor. Signed. Moderation League." The executive committee of the Alberta Moderation League, not including the will be tor- prised to know thu Mr. Sick, manager ot the Lethbridse Brewery, usurped tho mans j emeu I of the Al- berta Moderation League, and is the author of the above ad.; they will be anxious to know if they were Included in tho usurpation transaction. I was elected secretary-treasurer of tho Al- ,130.0 bill o acreptcd for 1920 uerla Moderation League, >ud eiper- only lenced tho interference of .Mr. Sick ettled br M> the I-eague'i affairs. Irta laterfer- Moved by Mr. lioberts thai wi prcaunted te MC-te pied and paid out b avullablo funds. Carried.- Ordert Preiented Mi A. Anderson to U. Msckecili. 420.00; X. A. -Anderson to P. E War ren 520.00. Moved by Mr. MacKarlane that the orders to "the for road overseers work be allowed posed Liquor Act which UdraC and and.paid cash as soon as possible, i.n. and.paid cash as soon as possible Carried. Moved by -Mr. Oitoby that we accep the bill JlS.OO.or J. Bailer for lant used for road allowance, Ihe amoon to be paid In cash. Carried. Mr. Robert that meeting he adjourned, neit meeting to bo call ed for Sept. 25th. Carricd- Special Meeting Sept. meeting ot the council of the Ipal nistrlct of Flowery Plains No. 33 called for the purpose ot discussing questions arising out the enforce meut of seed grain, relief and tax collections. Meeting Vailed lo order at 10___ hy the lleeve. Present: Mr. lUbbitt Mr. Irwin, Mr. Roberts and Mr. Mac Farlane. Moved by Mr. Rabbit t that in the case a ratepayer is absolutely destl Into the secretary-treasurer may, af ter consulting the councillor of thai particular district remit o the municipal Indebtedness to enable the ratepayer to sustain his family; always providing ho has a family This is not meant to apjjly. to anyone who can go out to work and arail him self o( tho high wages prevailing Carried. Moved by 'Mr. Irwin that this Sluni tipal. District N'o. 33 pay the Elevator Grain Buyers a commission of 1 pel c-ent. on all collections made on ac count of seed grain liens for this dis trict. Carried. -Moved by Mr.- McFartane tha wheye there are .rases of ratepayen owing I his. .Municipal District and where the council and the wcretarv- trcasurer are satisfied thai in case the Municipal District lien is not enforced our security would-be impaired, then the secretary-treasurer is instructed lo enfofrce the amount owing to date Carried. Moved by E. L. Roberts that the be, and is herehy instructed to enforce all outstanding taxes ,on unpateuted land up lo the 3Jst day of December, 1919. Carried Moved by Mr. Habbitt that if there are any cases where the ratepayer failed or neglected to plant the seed secured from this.Municipal District in the land described in the applica- tion and misappropriated said seed to other uses the secretary-treasurer is hereby instructed to enforce Immsd- JHAT'S WHAT YOU NEED I for that cut, burn, sore or eczema. Ends pain, prevents blood-poison, ing and-grows neV skin. AH dealers 5fc box. ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN .Not''Aspirin at All without the I-eaeue'i affairs. Irta laterfer- juco was upheld by Mr. Cenybeare, president, but who waa only oun.Dicu lo be the nominal bead o'f the organization Their aad actions toward me were of such a nature that further work on my part in furthering the ol UIH League waa entirely out of the: ques- tion. The Brewery Interesta became antagonistic toward the Alberta Mod- FUNERAL OF SINN MCTIM 'PAGE FLAWl rae, an. was advocating, which provided that all liquor would be regulated in alco- holic strength, and would be Inspect- ed, and sold under government Bujcr vision at a fair price, and under teas enable mtrlctlonn. If such a meas- ure became law, it would affect tha Brewery interests In thig which is betas manufactured and much of It being unlawfully sold to the outlaw public for beer, at bandit prices, would have to cease; undei government inspectioa and control Its alcoholic strength would be regulated It would be of a better and would be sold at a fair price. .It con- tamed regulation, which an- pHed.-to spirituous liquors, some of which Js now being bootlegeed. It is claimed is just-about as palatable as a strand ot barb wiro would be Tho regu ations contained in the 'liquor legislation proposed by the Alberta -Moderation league was intended to public from heing doped the which tro- The prohibitionists are maklnc uoh material for campaign purposes out of Premier Stewart's if vMed overwUeI[ Ir rtlH? fCW ar difference, more than an Increas- rln- w would he to increase tt or ten he newspapers reports Stewart as having m Stewart es of production. If Premier commandeers a Eufficicnf number of men from the procXou ranks and enrolls them on the pro VIDRI.1l in an endeavor name "Bayer" on Aspirin in like 1-1 Kural on goM. It positively Jdcnlifira the only genuine tlie A.'pirm jircjcribfil by physicians for over nineteen made in CfinAdfl. yoflra and now AlwftyA buy an nnbrukcn puckaga of "Bayer TaWets o( Aspirin'' ivhicS contain] proper directions fnr i'Mtt Itwdachr., Toolhiclic, Kanwhe, NCIH Khenmatisra, i'w, Joint and Fain generally. Tin bom of 12 (ablits cost hut a few cents. Larger on pacage aowccns. is mlj OBB null ..T in an enuearor to keep the.present army Of Alberta bootleggers under control, atd which dry law will also increase in num hers; I Bonder how many hois per w w "mt be lefl will have lo work In order for 'Alberta' o keep up her share in the lines of product on and meet her share of financial obligations? "If "P'esenlallres in the leg. is for which we elect and pay i, they will: undertake the ty o! enacting sane, practical "am rcable liquor legislation, and al other kinds of .legislation suitable tc WTern a cirillzed and'tractable peo 'mVUch 'Halation t will not rcguire an army of police men with guns pointed at our' heada o enforce; but as long as they re- main panaive on questions which are Tital importance to Iho people ot his province, and allow the different randB of fanatics, who are mostly rafters (nil after easy money, to die ate Inn legislation that we must wverned by, we can not expect any- j thing better than we now have, nnd which has brought on a condition thai Is practically civil war. This whole continent Is Infesled with n bunch of fanatical hypocritical grafters, who live on the fat of tho land by preying on a gullible people whoso sole mission In life seems id be In creating end hatred amongst the people of the land by ra sins raco or creed prejudice or Interfering with what ahilnld bo the people's Inalienable rights. It has been discovered that our Ideal prohibition law needs patching, anrt we are given the opportunity of ei- pressing through tlie ballot whether we want It patched or not, tho result of the vole, no mailer which way it Boes, will be jnst about as satisfactory as If we wore given our choice of ie! Ing hunr or (hot. Yours Iruly. _ H. Galvln, "MAIL BY AIR" FROM SEATTLE TO VICTORIA TICTpfitA, Sept. 21.-nbiing tho mall-by-air trail between Seattle and Mctoria, Ihe seaplane of the Aerial Tajl company landed In. the Iiarbor ycslcrday afternoon. The Un- ited Slates government plans to'com- raence surh v. by October on QUICK RELIEF! 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